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A SURVEY ON ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS USED BY TRADITIONAL HEALERS IN BULDANA DISTRICT (MS)

Shinde S. A., *Patil S. S., Deshmukh V. P. and Chavhan S. A.

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District of Maharashtra state (India) has a rich biodiversity of medicinal plant species. An ethnobotanical survey was carried out in Buldana district, Maharashtra during June 2015 to December 2016 for documentation of various diseases knowledge acquired by the tribal communities. The tribal communities possess rich knowledge about medicinal plants and its uses as they are far away from modern facilities. Therefore, we have done an exhaustive ethnobotanical survey in this area. A list of 50 medicinal plants species are recorded, which are in practice by traditional healers of tribal communities. The traditional healers in this area use the wild as well as cultivated plants in the treatment of wounds. Documenting the indigenous knowledge through ethnobotanical studies is important the conservation and utilization of biological resources and for the wale fare of human being. The plants were identified with relevant information and are documented alphabetically with their botanical name, family, local name, parts used, mode of preparation and uses.

Keywords: Traditional Medicinal Plants, Buldana District (M. S.), Korphad, Babhul.


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